Tourism Ambassadors Graduate

The first Lake Havasu City Tourism Ambassador program celebrated more than 50 graduates in the class Tuesday at the London Bridge Resort.

City councilman and London Bridge Resort general manager Cal Sheehy explained the class program was “spurred by Frontier through their America’s Best Community competition and the 20/20 Vision Revitalization plan.”

CTA graduates pose for a photo Tuesday afternoon. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

CTA graduates pose for a photo Tuesday afternoon. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

Tourism and Place Development is one pillar of the plan. Vision 20/20 is led by the Lake Havasu City Partnership for Economic Development. The program is meant to educate city employees and the city’s hospitality industry to improve services and experiences of the city’s seasonal visitors and tourists.

“We’re responsible to launch a community-wide customer service program for Lake Havasu City. Today we celebrated our first graduates,” Sheehy said.

The program is open to all Lake Havasu City residents who work on the front line with visitors or customers on a regular basis.

Sheehy said “You are more than welcome to attend but we invite every resident of the community to be a part of it.”

For more information, go to ctanetwork.com and find the Lake Havasu City region to register. The new class schedule for 2017 will be launched the last week of December.

CTA graduates pose for a photo Tuesday afternoon. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

CTA graduates pose for a photo Tuesday afternoon. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene


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